Streaming in high frame rate with SVPcast

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SVPcast converts a video into high frame rate and then streams it via HLS (HTTP Live Streaming) protocol. It can also control some TV boxes in order to pass them a HLS stream URL and start playback automatically, including:

  • Google Chromecast (note that Chromecast 1st and 2nd Gen. can only play 720p/60 fps. See Supported Media for Google Cast)
  • Google Cast-enabled TVs and TV boxes
  • Apple TV via AirPlay protocol

Also you can manually open a HLS stream URL in your favorite Android or iOS video player (a good example is MX Player) and enjoy 60 fps video right on your mobile.

Installation

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To add SVPcast, select it during the installation of SVP, or install it using the Maintain SVP 4 application (see the Additional Components section). In SVP 4 Mac, it is necessary to mark the Main menu option Application settings → Additional options → Extensions → svpcast.

After that, the Streaming sub-menu is displayed in the SVP Main menu.

You should pre-install mpv with Vapoursynth support on computers running macOS or Linux.

SVPcast Usage

Under construction!

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Web UI

Mobile-optimized Web UI is available on port 9900 by default. You can change the port number in SVP's All settings: see cast.server.port value. Svpcast-webui.png